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into a prolonged mi military conflict, and they point out that in 1998, afghanistan failed to kill osama bin laden stirred a hornet's nest, and the bombing in kosovo lasted 198 days. in that environment, what should we do? >> and the stocks momentarily took a dip, and didn't look back, and really a great year despite april, may, involvement in that conflict. and you can look back to many of them that the stock market barely noticed in other events much larger ones such as world war ii or the gulf war, it was a definitive strike of the u.s. that turned the market sentiment around. it is not a big issue for it, market, and it started on domestic concerns and not foreign ones. we have the debt ceiling ahead of us and fed tapering sometimes soon, and those are the issues to be resolved and not the situation in syria. >> all right. the price of oil, and you may be right, and what about the price of oil which is clearly higher and some projections that it could go far higher. >> well, i do agree with jeff, simon, of the lrnlg larger issues, and a confluence of things that are driving the prices down. we
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